mansuetus

Latin, meaning: tame, mild, gentle.
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mansuetus

Latin, meaning: mild, soft, gentle.
Found on http://archives.nd.edu/mmm.htm

Mansuetus

[bishop of Toul] Saint Mansuetus (Mansuy) (died 375) was the first Bishop of Toul. He is thought to be of Irish or Scottish origin. After religious studies in Rome, he was sent by Pope Damasus I to evangelize Gaul, becoming the first bishop of Toul in 365. ==Veneration== According to the Vita Sancti Gerardi, Bishop St. Gerard I of Toul (r.
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Mansuetus

[bishop of Milan] Mansuetus (Mansuetus, Mansueto) was Archbishop of Milan from 676 to 685. He is honoured as a saint in the Catholic Church.{r|Cazzani} ==Life== Among the few information about his life, it is known that in 679 he organized and held a synod with his suffragan bishops in Milan in order to condemn the Monothelite doctrine.{r|C
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